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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

Posted on 10 December 2013 by Glenn Clark

Honorable Mention: Women’s College Basketball-Delaware State @ Maryland (Saturday 7pm Comcast Center); Golf: PGA Tour Franklin Templeton Shootout (Friday 3pm live on Golf Channel Saturday 4pm Sunday 3pm live on NBC. All golf from Naples, FL); Boxing: Adrien Broner vs. Marcos Maidana (Saturday 8pm from San Antonio live on Showtime); High School Football: Baltimore Touchdown Club Senior All-Star Game (Saturday 1pm Archbishop Spalding)

10. John Mayer (Saturday 7pm Baltimore Arena); Robin Thicke/Fall Out Boy/Paramore/Miley Cyrus (Monday 7pm Verizon Center); Jimmy Eat World/Diamond Youth (Thursday 8pm Rams Head Live), All That Remains/Asking Alexandria (Friday 7pm Rams Head Live), Lupe Fiasco (Sunday 8pm Rams Head Live), Twenty-One Pilots/The 1975/MS MR/NONONO (Monday 8pm Rams Head Live); Mint Condition (Sunday 8pm Baltimore Soundstage); Rick Springfield (Tuesday & Wednesday 8pm Rams Head on Stage), Marshall Tucker Band (Thursday 8pm Rams Head on Stage); Wilson Phillips (Friday 8pm Rams Head Center Stage); Sara Bereilles/Gavin DeGraw (Wednesday 7pm Fillmore Silver Spring), Steve Winwood/Cris Jacobs (Thursday 8pm Fillmore Silver Spring), Gary Allan (Friday 8pm Fillmore Silver Spring); Ginuwine (Friday 8pm Howard Theatre), Ja Rule (Saturday 11:30pm Howard Theatre); The Hives (Tuesday 7pm 9:30 Club), The Pietasters (Saturday 8pm 9:30 Club), Ms. Lauryn Hill (Sunday 6pm 9:30 Club); Mannheim Steamroller (Thursday 8pm Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric); Straight No Chaser (Thursday 7:30pm Meyerhoff Symphony Hall); Backstreet Boys (Friday 6:30pm SECU Arena); Childish Gambino “Because the Internet” and Neil Young “Live at The Cellar Down” available in stores/on iTunes (Tuesday)

My most embarrassing admission of 2013? I saw John Mayer the first time he ever played the Arena. My second most embarrassing admission? I kinda enjoy the song he did with his girlfriend.

I had a friend who used to have a Jimmy Eat World beanie. I tried to steal it from him 100 times.

This song will end up in my Top 10 of 2013.

It is NEVER embarrassing to be caught singing along to this.

9. Andrew Dice Clay (Sunday 8pm Fillmore Silver Spring); Gilbert Gottfried (Thursday 8pm Magooby’s Joke House);  The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” and “Saving Mr. Banks” out in theaters (Friday); “Despicable Me 2″ and “Fast & Furious 6″ available on Blu-Ray/DVD (Tuesday)

And instead I’ll encourage you to watch Kay & Peele attempt to break the record for impressions in one minute.

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Former Navy hoops star Robinson to be honored by Heisman Trust

Posted on 22 October 2013 by WNST Staff

Basketball Legend David “The Admiral” Robinson Named

2013 Heisman Humanitarian Recipient 

Robinson honored for his work in helping improve lives of disadvantaged families.

NEW YORK, NY (October 22, 2013) - The Heisman Trophy Trust named Basketball Hall of Famer David Robinson as the eighth Heisman Humanitarian award winner for his decades-long dedication to helping families in need in the San Antonio, Texas community. Robinson will be officially honored at the 79th Annual Heisman Memorial Trophy Dinner Gala on December 16, 2013 at the New York Marriott Marquis.

In addition to honoring the outstanding college football player of the year, The Heisman Trust’s mission is to provide opportunities for the underprivileged and underserved members of our society.  Since the Trust assumed stewardship of the Heisman Trophy in 2002, it has made donations in excess of $6.5 million to over 250 charities throughout the country.  The Heisman Humanitarian Award was established in 2006 to recognize those in the world of sports who give significantly of themselves to serve their communities and to improve the lives of others.

Robinson is one of basketball’s all-time greats, with an impressive collection of achievements, including winning the Wooden and Naismith Awards while playing at the Naval Academy, two NBA Championships with the San Antonio Spurs, playing on the 1992 U.S. Olympic “Dream Team,” and a ten-time NBA All-Star. His philanthropy began in 1991 at Gates Elementary School in San Antonio, when he offered a $2,000 scholarship to every fifth grader who finished high school and attended college. He kept true to his promise, and, in 1998, quadrupled his donation and gave $8,000 to each of those students who received their diploma.

Soon after his initial promise to the students, Robinson and his wife, Valerie, founded the David Robinson Foundation. In addition to supporting various initiatives that assist children and families in need, the Foundation initially donated $9 million to help create and sustain the Carver Academy, a pre-kindergarten through eighth grade independent school designed to serve the underserved population of East San Antonio. It has since become a part of the IDEA Public School charter network and represents the beginning of their San Antonio presence.  Twelve years after the opening of the Academy, Robinson remains active with IDEA and its plans to build twenty new schools in the San Antonio area over the next six years.

“This December, the Trust is both proud and pleased to honor David Robinson, whose efforts have positively impacted thousands of people,” said William J. Dockery, Heisman Trophy Trust President.  “The Heisman Humanitarian Award was created to not only recognize and honor individuals who give selflessly of themselves to assist underserved segments of our society, but also to encourage others to emulate the Humanitarians.”

“I am truly honored by this recognition by the Heisman Trust,” said Robinson.  “I will represent them and the past winners with integrity and honor.”

In addition to his clear commitment to supporting excellence in the classroom, Robinson also welcomed students into his athletic territory while playing for the Spurs. Through his Mister Robinson’s Neighborhood of Achievers program, 25 students, nominated by their teachers, were invited to each Spurs home game with a guest. Over 15,000 students attended a game due to their hard work and his generosity.

Robinson also encourages other celebrities to utilize their platform for good, starting The Admiral Center in 2008. The Center works with celebrities to find the right cause for them to use their influence to bring attention and action.

Robinson joins an incredible group of former Heisman Humanitarian winners, including: Joey Cheek, Olympic speed skating gold medalist, for his dedication and contributions to the children of Darfur; George Martin, former defensive end of The New York Giants, who walked across America to raise funds for rescue and recovery workers at Ground Zero after 9/11; Pat LaFontaine, former NHL star who, through his Companions in Courage Foundation,  builds interactive playrooms in Children’s hospitals to keep young patients connected to family and friends; Mia Hamm, world-renowned soccer player, who raises funds and awareness for families needing marrow or cord blood transplants and continues to grow opportunities for young women in sports; Warrick Dunn, former NFL running back, who has provided homes for single parent families to honor his mother’s memory; Marty Lyons, University of Alabama and New York Jets defensive tackle, whose foundation fulfills the special wishes of children with terminal or life threatening illness; and Jeff Gordon, four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion and founder of the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation, which supports children battling cancer.

Tickets to the 79th Annual Heisman Memorial Trophy Gala are available at www.Heisman.com. The Heisman Memorial Trophy Dinner is the only event during Heisman Weekend that is open to the public.

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Bovada has Ravens’ Super Bowl odds at 33/1, Diggs’ Heisman odds at 75/1

Posted on 19 September 2013 by WNST Staff

Courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv,  Twitter: @BovadaLV). Sorry for such a long email, lots of good stuff this week.

 

Odds to win the 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII (Teams in red have longer odds from last week, teams in blue have shorter odds, and teams in black stayed the same)          

                  Week 2             Current

Denver Broncos                        5/1                    4/1

Seattle Seahawks                      8/1                    11/2

San Francisco 49ers                  6/1                    8/1

Green Bay Packers                    14/1                  11/1

New England Patriots                10/1                  11/1

Houston Texans                        12/1                  12/1

New Orleans Saints                   16/1                  16/1

Cincinnati Bengals                     22/1                  18/1

Atlanta Falcons                         20/1                  20/1     

Chicago Bears                          22/1                  20/1

Baltimore Ravens                      33/1                  33/1

Dallas Cowboys                        22/1                  33/1

Kansas City Chiefs                    40/1                  33/1

Miami Dolphins                         40/1                  33/1     

Philadelphia Eagles                   28/1                  33/1

New York Giants                       33/1                  40/1

Detroit Lions                             33/1                  50/1     

Indianapolis Colts                      40/1                  45/1

San Diego Chargers                  100/1                66/1

St. Louis Rams                         40/1                  66/1

Washington Redskins                40/1                  66/1

Pittsburgh Steelers                    50/1                  75/1

Arizona Cardinals                      150/1                100/1

Buffalo Bills                              125/1                100/1   

Carolina Panthers                      66/1                  100/1

Tennessee Titans                       100/1                100/1

Minnesota Vikings                     66/1                  150/1

New York Jets                           100/1                150/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers             75/1                  150/1

Cleveland Browns                      150/1                250/1

Oakland Raiders                        300/1                250/1

Jacksonville Jaguars                 500/1                1000/1

 

SUPER BOWL XLVIII – Early Line        

AFC      +1

NFC      -1

     

Odds to win the 2014 AFC Conference 

Denver Broncos                        8/5

New England Patriots                17/4

Houston Texans                        6/1

Cincinnati Bengals                     8/1

Kansas City Chiefs                    12/1

Baltimore Ravens                      16/1

Miami Dolphins                         16/1     

Indianapolis Colts                      20/1

San Diego Chargers                  25/1

Pittsburgh Steelers                    33/1

Buffalo Bills                              50/1     

Tennessee Titans                       50/1

New York Jets                           66/1

Cleveland Browns                      125/1

Oakland Raiders                        125/1

Jacksonville Jaguars                 500/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 NFC Conference 

Seattle Seahawks                      11/4

San Francisco 49ers                  4/1

Green Bay Packers                    11/2

New Orleans Saints                   17/2

Chicago Bears                          10/1

Atlanta Falcons                         11/1     

Dallas Cowboys                        18/1

Philadelphia Eagles                   18/1

New York Giants                       20/1

Detroit Lions                             25/1     

St. Louis Rams                         33/1

Washington Redskins                33/1

Carolina Panthers                      40/1

Arizona Cardinals                      50/1

Minnesota Vikings                     66/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers             66/1

Team/Coach Props

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – How many 0-2 teams will make the playoffs? (Note: There are currently 8 teams at 0-2)  

Over/Under                   1

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – How many 2-0 teams will make the playoffs? (Note: There are currently 8 teams at 2-0)                  

Over/Under                   5½

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – How many games will be decided by 7 points or less Week 3? (Note: Through two weeks there has been an NFL record 22 games decided by a TD or less)      

Over/Under                   9

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will there be a picture or video shown of Andy Reid as the Eagles Head Coach during the live broadcast?      

Yes                  -500

No                    +300

  • From kickoff to final whistle.  Halftime does not count towards number

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – How many offensive yards will the Chiefs record on the Eagles?    

Over/Under                   350½

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will the Jaguars score an offensive TD vs. the Seahawks?  

Yes                  -125      (4/5)

No                    EVEN   (1/1)

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will the Seahawks lose a home game in the 2013 Regular Season?

Yes                  -200     (1/2)

No                    +150     (3/2)

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – How many games will the Broncos score 40 or more points in the 2013 Regular Season? (Note: The Broncos have two so far this season and had zero last year. GB and NO did it 6 teams in 2011, NE did it five times in 2012 as did Indy in 2004, and the 2007 Pats did it 4 times)       

Over/Under                   5

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – How many penalties will the Bucs record vs. the Patriots? (Note: The Bucs have 23 penalties in two games)    

Over/Under                   7

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will Ron Rivera be fired before Week 17?

Yes                  EVEN   (1/1)

No                    -140      (5/7)

 

Player Props

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Trent Richardson – Total Rushing Yards as a member of the Colts in the 2013 Regular Season?  

Over/Under                      950½

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Trent Richardson – Total Touchdowns as a member of the Colts in the 2013 Regular Season?      

Over/Under                    7

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will Josh Freeman be a member of the Bucs for game 1 of the 2014 Regular Season?    

Yes                  +150    (3/2)

No                     -200   (1/2)

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Tom Brady – Completion % Week 3 vs Tampa Bay  

Over/Under                   60%

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Eli Manning – Total Interceptions in the 2013 Regular Season         

Over/Under                   20½

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will any player record 5 or more sacks in a single game during the 2013 Regular Season?(Note: Mario Williams had 4.5 last week for the Bills)               

Yes                  +250     (5/2)

No                    -400     (1/4)

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will Robert Griffin III be benched during a game that he starts?     

Yes                  +200     (2/1)

No                    -300     (1/3)

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will Tim Tebow be signed by the Jaguars before Week 17?

Yes                  +250     (5/2)

No                    -400     (1/4)

 

Divisional Odds

Odds to win the 2014 AFC East Division          

New England Patriots                1/3

Miami Dolphins                         11/4

Buffalo Bills                              12/1     

New York Jets                           16/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 AFC North Division        

Cincinnati Bengals                     5/6

Baltimore Ravens                      7/4

Pittsburgh Steelers                    11/2

Cleveland Browns                      14/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 AFC South Division       

Houston Texans                        3/10

Indianapolis Colts                      13/4

Tennessee Titans                       6/1

Jacksonville Jaguars                 100/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 AFC West Division

Denver Broncos                        1/5

Kansas City Chiefs                    15/4

San Diego Chargers                  9/1

Oakland Raiders                        40/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 NFC East Division

Dallas Cowboys                        7/4

Philadelphia Eagles                   2/1

New York Giants                       3/1

Washington Redskins                4/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 NFC North Division        

Green Bay Packers                    2/3

Chicago Bears                          7/4

Detroit Lions                             13/2     

Minnesota Vikings                     18/1

Odds to win the 2014 NFC South Division       

New Orleans Saints                   1/1

Atlanta Falcons                         6/5       

Carolina Panthers                      8/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers             12/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 NFC West Division         

Seattle Seahawks                      2/3

San Francisco 49ers                  7/5

St. Louis Rams                         9/1

Arizona Cardinals                      25/1

 

 

Odds to win the 2013-2014 Heisman Trophy

Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon)                              9/2 

Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M)                        5/1

A.J. McCarron (QB Alabama)                             13/2

Teddy Bridgewater (QB Louisville)                      13/2 

Jameis Winston (QB Florida State)                     9/1

Tajh Boyd (QB Clemson)                                   10/1 

Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State)                           12/1 

De’Anthony Thomas (RB Oregon)                       141

T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama)                                  16/1 

Aaron Murray (QB Georgia)                                18/1 

Brett Hundley (QB UCLA)                                   18/1 

Todd Gurley (RB Georgia)                                  20/1 

Jadeveon Clowney (DE South Carolina)              25/1

Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor)                              25/1

Devin Gardner (QB Michigan)                             33/1 

Kevin Hogan (QB Stanford)                               33/1 

Ka’Deem Carey (RB Arizona)                              40/1

Duke Johnson (RB Miami)                                 50/1 

Jordan Lynch (QB Northern Illinois)                     50/1

Stephen Morris (QB Miami)                                66/1 

Stefon Diggs (WR Maryland)                             75/1

Sammy Watkins (WR Clemson)                          100/1 

Taylor Martinez (QB Nebraska)                           100/1

Marquis Lee (WR USC)                                      150/1

 

Odds to win the 2013-2014 BCS National Championship

Alabama                       2/1

Oregon                         4/1

Ohio State                    13/2

Clemson                       12/1

Florida State                 12/1

LSU                              14/1 

Stanford                       14/1

Michigan                       16/1

Oklahoma State            16/1

Miami                           20/1 

Georgia                        22/1

Louisville                      25/1 

UCLA                            28/1 

Oklahoma                     40/1

Arizona State                66/1

Washington                   66/1

Mississippi                   75/1

South Carolina              75/1

Florida                          100/1 

Northwestern                 100/1

Texas A&M                   100/1

Auburn                          150/1 

Georgia Tech                150/1

Arizona                         300/1 

Arkansas                      300/1

Michigan State              300/1

Missouri                        300/1 

Notre Dame                  300/1

Wisconsin                     300/1

USC                             500/1 

Virginia Tech                 500/1

 

 

Odds to win the 2013 World Series      

Los Angeles Dodgers                15/4

Boston Red Sox                       9/2

Detroit Tigers                            5/1

Atlanta Braves                           8/1

Oakland Athletics                      9/1

St. Louis Cardinals                    10/1

Pittsburgh Pirates                      11/1

Cincinnati Reds                         14/1

Cleveland Indians                      20/1

Tampa Bay Rays                       20/1

Texas Rangers                          20/1

Baltimore Orioles                       28/1

Washington Nationals                33/1

New York Yankees                    40/1

Kansas City Royals                   50/1

 

Odds to win the 2013 AL Pennant        

Boston Red Sox                       2/1

Detroit Tigers                            5/2

Oakland Athletics                      9/2

Tampa Bay Rays                       10/1

Texas Rangers                          10/1

Cleveland Indians                      12/1

Baltimore Orioles                       14/1

New York Yankees                    18/1

Kansas City Royals                   25/1

 

Odds to win the 2013 NL Pennant        

Los Angeles Dodgers                7/5

Atlanta Braves                           13/4

St. Louis Cardinals                    9/2

Pittsburgh Pirates                      5/1

Cincinnati Reds                         13/2

Washington Nationals                20/1

 

Odds to Win the 2013 NL Central         

St. Louis Cardinals                    2/3

Pittsburgh Pirates                      9/4

Cincinnati Reds                         3/1

 

SPECIALS – Will the Baltimore Orioles make the Playoffs?     

Yes                  +300     (3/1)

No                    -400     (1/4)

 

SPECIALS – Will the Cleveland Indians make the Playoffs?

Yes                  EVEN   (1/1)

No                    -130     (10/13)

 

SPECIALS – Will the Kansas City Royals make the Playoffs?   

Yes                  +1000   (10/1)

No                    -2000   (1/20)

 

SPECIALS – Will the New York Yankees make the Playoffs?    

Yes                  +700     (7/1)

No                    -1400    (1/14)

 

SPECIALS – Will the Tampa Bay Rays make the Playoffs?       

Yes                  -150     (2/3)

No                    +110     (11/10)

 

SPECIALS – Will the Texas Rangers make the Playoffs?          

Yes                  -200     (1/2)

No                    +150     (3/2)

 

SPECIALS – Who will lead the AL in RBI’s in 2013 Regular Season?   

Miguel Cabrera (DET)                -130      (10/13)

Chris Davis (BAL)                      EVEN   (1/1)

 

SPECIALS – Who will lead the NL in HR’s in 2013 Regular Season?

Paul Goldschmidt (ARI)             2/3

Pedro Alvarez (PIT)                    3/2

Jay Bruce (CIN)                         9/1

 

 

 

Anaheim Ducks

 

Regular Season Points

 

Ryan Getzlaf

Over/Under                   80.5

 

Corey Perry

Over/Under                   65.5

 

Teemu Selanne

Over/Under                   43.5

 

Regular Season Goals

 

Corey Perry

Over/Under                   32.5

 

Boston Bruins

 

Regular Season Points

 

Jarome Iginla

Over/Under                   65.5

 

David Krejci

Over/Under                   64.5

 

Loui Eriksson

Over/Under                   62.5

 

Patrice Bergeron

Over/Under                   60.5

 

Milan Lucic

Over/Under                   54.5

 

Buffalo Sabres

 

Regular Season Points

 

Thomas Vanek

Over/Under                   69.5

 

Cody Hodgson

Over/Under                   57.5

 

Tyler Ennis

Over/Under                   51.5

 

Calgary Flames

 

Regular Season Points

 

Mike Cammalleri

Over/Under                   53.5

 

Jiri Hudler

Over/Under                   48.5

 

Curtis Glencross

Over/Under                   44.5

 

Lee Stempniak

Over/Under                   44.5

 

Sven Baertschi

Over/Under                   41.5

 

Carolina Hurricanes

 

Regular Season Points

 

Eric Staal

Over/Under                   82.5

 

Alexander Semin

Over/Under                   69.5

 

Jordan Staal

Over/Under                   55.5

 

Chicago Blackhawks

 

Regular Season Points

 

Patrick Kane

Over/Under                   81.5

 

Jonathan Toews

Over/Under                   74.5

 

Patrick Sharp

Over/Under                   60.5

 

Regular Season Goals

 

Jonathan Toews

Over/Under                   33.5

 

Colorado Avalanche

 

Regular Season Points

 

Matt Duchene

Over/Under                   70.5

 

PA Parenteau

Over/Under                   65.5

 

Gabriel Landeskog

Over/Under                   55.5

 

Columbus Blue Jackets

 

Regular Season Points

 

Marian Gaborik

Over/Under                   59.5

 

Brandon Dubinsky

Over/Under                   47.5

 

R.J. Umberger

Over/Under                   37.5

 

Dallas Stars

 

Regular Season Points

 

Tyler Seguin

Over/Under                   67.5

 

Jamie Benn

Over/Under                   67.5

 

Ray Whitney

Over/Under                   54.5

 

Detroit Red Wings

 

Regular Season Points

 

Pavel Datsyuk

Over/Under                   80.5

 

Henrik Zetterberg

Over/Under                   79.5

 

Daniel Alfredsson

Over/Under                   48.5

 

Edmonton Oilers

 

Regular Season Points

 

Taylor Hall

Over/Under                   74.5

 

Jordan Eberle

Over/Under                   67.5

 

Nail Yakupov

Over/Under                   58.5

 

Sam Gagner

Over/Under                   54.5

 

David Perron

Over/Under                   48.5

 

Regular Season Goals

 

Taylor Hall

Over/Under                   30.5

 

Florida Panthers

 

Regular Season Points

 

Jonathan Huberdeau

Over/Under                   61.5

 

Tomas Fleischmann

Over/Under                   57.5

 

Brian Campbell

Over/Under                   42.5

 

Los Angeles Kings

 

Regular Season Points

 

Anze Kopitar

Over/Under                   77.5

 

Justin Williams

Over/Under                   56.5

 

Jeff Carter

Over/Under                   53.5

 

Minnesota Wild

 

Regular Season Points

 

Zach Parise

Over/Under                   69.5

 

Mikko Koivu

Over/Under                   63.5

 

Jason Pominville

Over/Under                   62.5

 

Montreal Canadiens

 

Regular Season Points

 

Max Pacioretty

Over/Under                   63.5

 

Tomas Plekanec

Over/Under                   58.5

 

P.K. Subban

Over/Under                   56.5

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Diggs’ Heisman Trophy odds hold at 50/1 after big game

Posted on 03 September 2013 by WNST Staff

Courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv,  Twitter: @BovadaLV).

 

Odds to win the 2013-2014 Heisman Trophy        

Teddy Bridgewater (QB Louisville)                      5/1

Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State)                           13/2

Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M)                        15/2

Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon)                             8/1

Tajh Boyd (QB Clemson)                                   8/1

Duke Johnson (RB Miami)                                 10/1

Jameis Winston (QB Florida State)                     10/1

A.J. McCarron (QB Alabama)                             12/1

De’Anthony Thomas (RB Oregon)                       15/1

Jadeveon Clowney (DE South Carolina)              15/1

T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama)                                  15/1

Todd Gurley (RB Georgia)                                  15/1

Stephen Morris (QB Miami)                                20/1

Aaron Murray (QB Georgia)                                25/1

Devin Gardner (QB Michigan)                             25/1

Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor)                              25/1

Sammy Watkins (WR Clemson)                          25/1

Marquis Lee (WR USC)                                      33/1

Kevin Hogan (QB Stanford)                               33/1

Taylor Martinez (QB Nebraska)                           40/1

Ameer Abdullah (RB Nebraska)                          50/1

Brett Hundley (QB UCLA)                                   50/1

Stefon Diggs (WR Maryland)                             50/1

Jordan Lynch (QB Northern Illinois)                     50/1

Jeff Driskel (QB Florida)                                    66/1

Ka’Deem Carey (RB Arizona)                              66/1

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Bovada keeps Diggs’ Heisman odds at 50/1

Posted on 27 August 2013 by WNST Staff

Courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv, Twitter: @BovadaLV).  Below the current odds are the odds for each when they were initially released so you can see the changes.

“With a couple days before the NCAA season kicks off we have seen increased action on the BCS Championship odds mainly on a few of the favorites including Alabama at 5/2 and Ohio State, who have dropped recently from 15/2 to 6/1. Those two teams have taken more volume than any other. Georgia is a close third, and at 14-1, are the book’s biggest liability going into the season. There is no question we will be paying close attention to their first two games against two Top 10 opponents in Clemson and South Carolina.”

Kevin Bradley, Sports Book Manager, Bovada.lv

 

Odds to win the 2013-2014 BCS National Championship         

Alabama                       5/2

Ohio State                    6/1

Oregon                         9/1

Georgia                        14/1

Louisville                      14/1

Texas A&M                   14/1

Stanford                       18/1

LSU                              18/1

Clemson                       20/1

Texas                           20/1

South Carolina              22/1

Florida State                 22/1

Florida                          25/1

Miami                           33/1

Michigan                       33/1

Nebraska                      40/1

Oklahoma                     40/1

Oklahoma State            40/1

USC                             40/1

Notre Dame                  50/1

UCLA                            50/1

TCU                              66/1

Wisconsin                     66/1

Boise State                   100/1

Michigan State              100/1

Oregon State                100/1

North Carolina               125/1

Mississippi                   125/1

Auburn                          150/1

Kansas State                150/1

Rutgers                         150/1

Virginia Tech                 150/1

Washington                   150/1

Northwestern                 150/1

BYU                             200/1

California                      200/1

Arkansas                      250/1

Arizona                         250/1

Cincinnati                      250/1

Georgia Tech                250/1

Mississippi State           250/1

Missouri                        250/1

Pittsburgh                     300/1

Tennessee                    300/1

West Virginia                 300/1

Boston College             500/1

Iowa                             500/1

South Florida                500/1

 

Odds to win the 2013-2014 Heisman Trophy    

Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State)                           9/2

Jadeveon Clowney (DE South Carolina)              13/2

A.J. McCarron (QB Alabama)                             10/1

Teddy Bridgewater (QB Louisville)                      10/1

Aaron Murray (QB Georgia)                                12/1

Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M)                        12/1

Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon)                              12/1

T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama)                                  15/1

Tajh Boyd (QB Clemson)                                   15/1

De’Anthony Thomas (RB Oregon)                       16/1

Duke Johnson (RB Miami)                                 18/1

Devin Gardner (QB Michigan)                             25/1

Marquis Lee (WR USC)                                      25/1

Taylor Martinez (QB Nebraska)                           25/1

Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor)                              30/1

Ameer Abdullah (RB Nebraska)                          33/1

Stephen Morris (QB Miami)                                33/1

Kevin Hogan (QB Stanford)                               33/1

Jameis Winston (QB Florida State)                     33/1

Marion Grice (RB Arizona State)                         33/1

Jordan Lynch (QB Northern Illinois)                     40/1

Brett Hundley (QB UCLA)                                   50/1

Jeff Driskel (QB Florida)                                    50/1

Ka’Deem Carey (RB Arizona)                              50/1

Stefon Diggs (WR Maryland)                             50/1

Todd Gurley (RB Georgia)                                  66/1

Kain Colter (QB Northwestern)                            66/1

Sammy Watkins (WR Clemson)                          66/1

Blake Bell (QB Oklahoma)                                  100/1

 

 

Odds to win the 2013-2014 BCS National Championship (From 1/8/13)   

Alabama                               5/1

Oregon                             8/1

Ohio State                    17/2

LSU                              12/1

Texas A&M                   12/1

Florida                          14/1

Florida State                 14/1

Clemson                       22/1

Louisville                              22/1

Notre Dame                  22/1

Miami                               25/1

Oklahoma                            25/1

South Carolina                   25/1

Georgia                            28/1

Nebraska                             28/1

Stanford                       30/1

Texas                               30/1

Michigan                              33/1

USC                             33/1

Oklahoma State            40/1

UCLA                            40/1

Mississippi State           50/1

Wisconsin                            50/1

TCU                              66/1

Virginia Tech                 66/1

Boise State                   75/1

Michigan State              75/1

North Carolina                    75/1

Oregon State                75/1

Arkansas                              100/1

Arizona                            100/1

Kansas State                100/1

Rutgers                         100/1

Tennessee                           100/1

Washington                         100/1

Cincinnati                             125/1

BYU                             150/1

Pittsburgh                            150/1

West Virginia                      150/1

Auburn                          200/1

Georgia Tech                200/1

Iowa                              200/1

Missouri                               250/1

Boston College                 300/1

California                             300/1

South Florida                     300/1

 

Odds to win the 2013-2014 Heisman Trophy (From 2/4/13)     

Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M)                        4/1

Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State)                           7/1

Marquis Lee (WR USC)                                      9/1

Aaron Murray (QB Georgia)                                10/1

De’Anthony Thomas (RB Oregon)                       10/1

A.J. McCarron (QB Alabama)                             12/1

Duke Johnson (RB Miami)                                 12/1

Jadeveon Clowney (DE South Carolina)              12/1

Tajh Boyd (QB Clemson)                                   15/1

Taylor Martinez (QB Nebraska)                           15/1

Ameer Abdullah (RB Nebraska)                          18/1

Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon)                              18/1

T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama)                                  18/1

Brett Hundley (QB UCLA)                                   20/1

Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor)                              20/1

Everett Golson (QB Notre Dame)                       22/1

Stephen Morris (QB Miami)                                25/1

Blake Bell (QB Oklahoma)                                  30/1

Jeff Driskel (QB Florida)                                    30/1

Ka’Deem Carey (RB Arizona)                              33/1

Devin Gardner (QB Michigan)                             40/1

Stefon Diggs (WR Maryland)                             40/1

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Maryland WR Diggs gets 50/1 odds to win Heisman

Posted on 19 August 2013 by WNST Staff

Courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv, Twitter: @BovadaLV).

 

Odds to win the 2013-2014 Heisman Trophy    

Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State)                           9/2       

Jadeveon Clowney (DE South Carolina)              6/1

Teddy Bridgewater (QB Louisville)                      9/1       

A.J. McCarron (QB Alabama)                             10/1     

Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon)                              12/1     

Aaron Murray (QB Georgia)                                14/1     

T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama)                                  14/1     

Tajh Boyd (QB Clemson)                                   14/1     

Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M)                        15/1

De’Anthony Thomas (RB Oregon)                       16/1

Duke Johnson (RB Miami)                                 16/1     

Marquis Lee (WR USC)                                      22/1     

Devin Gardner (QB Michigan)                             25/1     

Taylor Martinez (QB Nebraska)                           25/1     

Kevin Hogan (QB Stanford)                               25/1     

Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor)                              30/1     

Ameer Abdullah (RB Nebraska)                          33/1     

Stephen Morris (QB Miami)                                33/1     

Jordan Lynch (QB Northern Illinois)                     33/1

Jameis Winston (QB Florida State)                     35/1

Blake Bell (QB Oklahoma)                                  50/1     

Brett Hundley (QB UCLA)                                   50/1     

Jeff Driskel (QB Florida)                                    50/1     

Ka’Deem Carey (RB Arizona)                              50/1     

Stefon Diggs (WR Maryland)                             50/1     

Todd Gurley (RB Georgia)                                  50/1     

Kain Colter (QB Northwestern)                            50/1     

Sammy Watkins (WR Clemson)                          50/1     

 

Regular Season Player Stats (Quarterbacks)

2013 Regular Season – Tajh Boyd (Clemson) – Total Passing Yards

Over/Under                               3575                

 

2013 Regular Season – Tajh Boyd (Clemson) – Total Passing Touchdowns      

Over/Under                               35½

 

2013 Regular Season – Marcus Mariota (Oregon) – Total Passing Yards           

Over/Under                               2900

 

2013 Regular Season – Marcus Mariota (Oregon) – Total Passing Touchdowns

Over/Under                               34½

 

2013 Regular Season – Braxton Miller (Ohio State) – Total Passing Yards        

Over/Under                               2800

 

2013 Regular Season – Braxton Miller (Ohio State) – Total Passing Touchdowns         

Over/Under                               19½

 

2013 Regular Season – Braxton Miller (Ohio State) – Total Rushing Yards        

Over/Under                               1000

 

2013 Regular Season – Braxton Miller (Ohio State) – Total Rushing Touchdowns         

Over/Under                               14½

 

2013 Regular Season – A.J. McCarron (Alabama) – Total Passing Yards           

Over/Under                               2900

 

2013 Regular Season – A.J. McCarron (Alabama) – Total Passing Touchdowns

Over/Under                               30½

 

2013 Regular Season – Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville) – Total Passing Yards  

Over/Under                               3900

 

2013 Regular Season – Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville) – Total Passing Touchdowns

Over/Under                               34½

 

2013 Regular Season – Aaron Murray (Georgia) – Total Passing Yards 

Over/Under                               3674

2013 Regular Season – Aaron Murray (Georgia) – Total Passing Touchdowns  

Over/Under                               30½

 

Regular Season Player Stats (Defense)

2013 Regular Season – Jadeveon Clowney (South Carolina) – Total Sacks       

Over/Under                               18½

 

Regular Season Player Stats (Running Backs)

2013 Regular Season – T.J. Yeldon (Alabama) – Total Rushing Yards   

Over/Under                               1400

 

2013 Regular Season – T.J. Yeldon (Alabama) – Total Rushing Touchdowns    

Over/Under                               14½

 

2013 Regular Season – Ka’Deem Carey (Arizona) – Total Rushing Yards           

Over/Under                               1650

 

2013 Regular Season – Ka’Deem Carey (Arizona) – Total Rushing Touchdowns

Over/Under                               18½

 

2013 Regular Season – Duke Johnson (Miami) – Total Rushing Yards  

Over/Under                               1300

 

2013 Regular Season – Duke Johnson (Miami) – Total Rushing Touchdowns   

Over/Under                               14½     

 

2013 Regular Season – De’Anthony Thomas (Oregon) – Total Rushing Yards   

Over/Under                               1400

 

2013 Regular Season – De’Anthony Thomas (Oregon) – Total Rushing Touchdowns    

Over/Under                               15½

 

2013 Regular Season – Todd Gurley (Georgia) – Total Rushing Yards  

Over/Under                               1200

 

2013 Regular Season – Todd Gurley (Georgia) – Total Rushing Touchdowns   

Over/Under                               15½

 

Regular Season Player Stats (Wide Receivers)

2013 Regular Season – Marqise Lee (USC) – Total Receiving Yards      

Over/Under                               1400

 

2013 Regular Season – Marqise Lee (USC) – Total Receiving Touchdowns       

Over/Under                               12½

 

2013 Regular Season – Stefon Diggs (Maryland) – Total Receiving Yards         

Over/Under                               1000

 

2013 Regular Season – Stefon Diggs (Maryland) – Total Receiving Touchdowns          

Over/Under                               9½

 

2013 Regular Season – Sammy Watkins (Clemson) – Total Receiving Yards     

Over/Under                               1225

 

2013 Regular Season – Sammy Watkins (Clemson) – Total Receiving Touchdowns      

Over/Under                               14½

 

2013 Regular Season – Amari Cooper (Alabama) – Total Receiving Yards         

Over/Under                               1000

 

2013 Regular Season – Amari Cooper (Alabama) – Total Receiving Touchdowns          

Over/Under                               9½

 

2013 Regular Season – Jordan Matthews (Vanderbilt) – Total Receiving Yards

Over/Under                               1200

 

2013 Regular Season – Jordan Matthews (Vanderbilt) – Total Receiving Touchdowns  

Over/Under                               6½

 

 

Conference Stats Leaders

2013 Regular Season – American Athletic Conference – Who will have the most Passing Yards?         

Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville)                1/5

David Piland (Houston)                          3/2       

Brendon Kay (Cincinnati)                        5/1       

 

2013 Regular Season – American Athletic Conference – Who will have the most Passing Touchdowns?          

Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville)                1/5

David Piland (Houston)                          3/2       

Brendon Kay (Cincinnati)                        5/1

 

2013 Regular Season – American Athletic Conference – Who will have the most Rushing Yards?        

Storm Johnson (UCF)                            2/1

Lyle McCombs (Connecticut)                 11/5

Savon Huggins (Rutgers)                       9/4       

Traylon Shead (SMU)                             3/1       

Brandon Hayes (Memphis)                     4/1

 

2013 Regular Season – American Athletic Conference – Who will have the most Rushing Touchdowns?         

Storm Johnson (UCF)                            2/1

Lyle McCombs (Connecticut)                 11/5

Savon Huggins (Rutgers)                       9/4       

Traylon Shead (SMU)                             3/1       

Brandon Hayes (Memphis)                     4/1

2013 Regular Season – American Athletic Conference – Who will have the most Receiving Yards?      

DeVante Parker (Louisville)                    5/6       

Brandon Coleman (Rutgers)                   11/4

Anthony McClung (Cincinnati)                3/1

Deontay Greenberry (Houston)               4/1

Geremy Davis (Connecticut)                   4/1

 

2013 Regular Season – American Athletic Conference – Who will have the most Receiving Touchdowns?       

DeVante Parker (Louisville)                    5/4       

Brandon Coleman (Rutgers)                   3/2

Anthony McClung (Cincinnati)                 13/4

Deontay Greenberry (Houston)               17/4

Geremy Davis (Connecticut)                   29/5     

 

2013 Regular Season – Atlantic Coast Conference – Who will have the most Passing Yards?   

Tajh Boyd (Clemson)                             1/3       

Stephen Morris (Miami)                          3/2       

Logan Thomas (Virginia Tech)                3/1

 

2013 Regular Season – Atlantic Coast Conference – Who will have the most Passing Touchdowns?    

Tajh Boyd (Clemson)                             4/13     

Stephen Morris (Miami)                          7/4       

Logan Thomas (Virginia Tech)                5/2

 

2013 Regular Season – Atlantic Coast Conference – Who will have the most Rushing Yards?  

Duke Johnson (Miami)                           5/4       

Roderick McDowell (Clemson)               5/2

Jerome Smith (Syracuse)                       11/4     

Shadrach Thornton (NC State)                7/2

Devonta Freeman (Florida State)            4/1

 

2013 Regular Season – Atlantic Coast Conference – Who will have the most Rushing Touchdowns?   

Duke Johnson (Miami)                           3/2

Roderick McDowell (Clemson)               7/4

Devonta Freeman (Florida State)            7/2

Jerome Smith (Syracuse)                       7/2       

Shadrach Thornton (NC State)                4/1

 

2013 Regular Season – Atlantic Coast Conference – Who will have the most Receiving Yards?

Sammy Watkins (Clemson)                    3/2

Stefon Diggs (Maryland)                        5/2       

Jamison Crowder (Duke)                        5/2

Rashad Greene (Florida State)               7/2

Phillip Dorsett (Miami)                           15/4     

 

2013 Regular Season – Atlantic Coast Conference – Who will have the most Receiving Touchdowns? 

Sammy Watkins (Clemson)                    3/2

Stefon Diggs (Maryland)                        5/2       

Jamison Crowder (Duke)                        5/2

Rashad Greene (Florida State)               7/2

Phillip Dorsett (Miami)                           15/4     

 

2013 Regular Season – Big 12 Conference – Who will have the most Passing Yards?   

Clint Chelf (Oklahoma State)                  10/11

Clint Trickett (West Virginia)                   11/10

David Ash (Texas)                                 3/2       

 

2013 Regular Season – Big 12 Conference – Who will have the most Passing Touchdowns?    

Clint Chelf (Oklahoma State)                  10/11

Clint Trickett (West Virginia)                   11/10

David Ash (Texas)                                 3/2       

 

2013 Regular Season – Big 12 Conference – Who will have the most Rushing Yards?  

Lache Seastrunk (Baylor)                       2/1

Damien Williams (Oklahoma)                  9/4

James Sims (Kansas)                            5/2       

John Hubert (Kansas State)                   3/1

Johnathan Gray (Texas)                         15/4     

 

2013 Regular Season – Big 12 Conference – Who will have the most Rushing Touchdowns?   

Joe Bergeron (Texas)                            3/2       

John Hubert (Kansas State)                   5/2

James Sims (Kansas)                            11/4     

Lache Seastrunk (Baylor)                       13/4

Damien Williams (Oklahoma)                  7/2

 

2013 Regular Season – Big 12 Conference – Who will have the most Receiving Yards?

Josh Stewart (Oklahoma State)              2/3

Jaxon Shipley (Texas)                           15/4     

Brandon Carter (TCU)                             4/1       

Jalen Saunders (Oklahoma)                   4/1

Tyler Lockett (Kansas State)                  17/4

 

2013 Regular Season – Big 12 Conference – Who will have the most Receiving Touchdowns? 

Josh Stewart (Oklahoma State)              7/4

Jaxon Shipley (Texas)                           5/2

Brandon Carter (TCU)                             13/4     

Jalen Saunders (Oklahoma)                   7/2

Tyler Lockett (Kansas State)                  7/2

 

2013 Regular Season – Big Ten Conference – Who will have the most Passing Yards?

Devin Gardner (Michigan)                       1/1

Braxton Miller (Ohio State)                     6/5

Taylor Martinez (Nebraska)                     7/5

 

2013 Regular Season – Big Ten Conference – Who will have the most Passing Touchdowns? 

Devin Gardner (Michigan)                       1/1

Braxton Miller (Ohio State)                     6/5

Taylor Martinez (Nebraska)                     7/5

 

2013 Regular Season – Big Ten Conference – Who will have the most Rushing Yards?

Ameer Abdullah (Nebraska)                    9/4

Venric Mark (Northwestern)                    9/4       

Braxton Miller (Ohio State)                     5/2

James White (Wisconsin)                       11/4     

Derrick Green (Michigan)                        3/1       

 

2013 Regular Season – Big Ten Conference – Who will have the most Rushing Touchdowns? 

Ameer Abdullah (Nebraska)                    9/4

Venric Mark (Northwestern)                    9/4       

Braxton Miller (Ohio State)                     5/2

James White (Wisconsin)                       11/4     

Derrick Green (Michigan)                        3/1

 

2013 Regular Season – Big Ten Conference – Who will have the most Receiving Yards?          

Allen Robinson (Penn State)                  11/5

Jeremy Gallon (Michigan)                       11/5     

Cody Lattimer (Indiana)                          12/5

Devin Smith (Ohio State)                       3/1

Kenny Bell (Nebraska)                           7/2       

 

2013 Regular Season – Big Ten Conference – Who will have the most Receiving Touchdowns?           

Allen Robinson (Penn State)                  2/1

Jeremy Gallon (Michigan)                       9/4       

Cody Lattimer (Indiana)                          5/2

Devin Smith (Ohio State)                       3/1

Kenny Bell (Nebraska)                           7/2       

 

2013 Regular Season – Pac-12 Conference – Who will have the most Passing Yards?  

Marcus Mariota (Oregon)                       2/3

Brett Hundley (UCLA)                             1/1

Taylor Kelly (Arizona State)                    11/5

 

2013 Regular Season – Pac-12 Conference – Who will have the most Passing Touchdowns?   

Marcus Mariota (Oregon)                       2/3

Brett Hundley (UCLA)                             1/1

Taylor Kelly (Arizona State)                    11/5

 

2013 Regular Season – Pac-12 Conference – Who will have the most Rushing Yards?  

Ka’Deem Carey (Arizona)                       9/5       

De’Anthony Thomas (Oregon)                2/1

Bishop Sankey (Washington)                 5/2

Storm Woods (Oregon State)                 3/1

Barry Sanders Jr. (Stanford)                  17/4

 

2013 Regular Season – Pac-12 Conference – Who will have the most Rushing Touchdowns?   

Bishop Sankey (Washington)                 2/1

De’Anthony Thomas (Oregon)                2/1

Ka’Deem Carey (Arizona)                       2/1       

Storm Woods (Oregon State)                 15/4

Anthony Wilkerson (Stanford)                4/1

 

2013 Regular Season – Pac-12 Conference – Who will have the most Receiving Yards?

Marqise Lee (USC)                                5/6       

Brandin Cooks (Oregon State)               3/1

Austin Hill (Arizona)                               7/2       

Kasen Williams (Washington)                 4/1

Shaquelle Evans (UCLA)                        17/4

 

2013 Regular Season – Pac-12 Conference – Who will have the most Receiving Touchdowns?

Marqise Lee (USC)                                2/3       

Brandin Cooks (Oregon State)               7/2

Austin Hill (Arizona)                               15/4

Kasen Williams (Washington)                 17/4

Shaquelle Evans (UCLA)                        9/2

2013 Regular Season – Southeastern Conference – Who will have the most Passing Yards?    

Aaron Murray (Georgia)                          1/2       

A.J. McCarron (Alabama)                       3/2       

Bo Wallace (Ole Miss)                           2/1       

 

2013 Regular Season – Southeastern Conference – Who will have the most Passing Touchdowns?     

Aaron Murray (Georgia)                          1/2       

A.J. McCarron (Alabama)                       3/2       

Bo Wallace (Ole Miss)                           2/1       

 

2013 Regular Season – Southeastern Conference – Who will have the most Rushing Yards?   

T.J. Yeldon (Alabama)                           1/1       

Todd Gurley (Georgia)                           2/1       

LaDarius Perkins (Mississippi State)       17/4

Tre Mason (Auburn)                               17/4     

Jeff Scott (Ole Miss)                             9/2       

 

2013 Regular Season – Southeastern Conference – Who will have the most Rushing Touchdowns?                

T.J. Yeldon (Alabama)                           1/1       

Todd Gurley (Georgia)                           7/4       

Tre Mason (Auburn)                               17/4     

LaDarius Perkins (Mississippi State)       17/4

Jeff Scott (Ole Miss)                             5/1       

 

2013 Regular Season – Southeastern Conference – Who will have the most Receiving Yards? 

Jordan Matthews (Vanderbilt)                 7/4

Donte Moncrief (Ole Miss)                     2/1

Amari Cooper (Alabama)                        11/5     

Odell Beckham Jr. (LSU)                        4/1

Dorial Green-Beckham (Missouri)           9/2

 

2013 Regular Season – Southeastern Conference – Who will have the most Receiving Touchdowns?  

Amari Cooper (Alabama)                        7/4       

Donte Moncrief (Ole Miss)                     7/4

Jordan Matthews (Vanderbilt)                 5/2

Dorial Green-Beckham (Missouri)           15/4

Odell Beckham Jr. (LSU)                        9/2

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Bovada lists Stefon Diggs amongst top 25 Heisman Trophy candidates

Posted on 28 May 2013 by WNST Staff

Courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv, Twitter: @BovadaLV).

 

“Prior to the news of Golson not being with the Irish this upcoming season, we had them at 28-1 to win the BCS Championship and since have drifted to 40-1.  If Notre Dame played a more up-tempo offensive style of game these odds may have been impacted a little more, but until we have new information regarding their offense we will not go higher than 40-1 on a team that still has a lot of talent.”

-Kevin Bradley, Sports Book Manager, Bovada.lv

 

Odds to win the 2013-2014 BCS National Championship         

Alabama                               3/1

Ohio State                    13/2

Texas A&M                   13/2

Oregon                                 7/1

Georgia                                14/1

Stanford                       16/1

LSU                              18/1

Florida                                  20/1

Field                             20/1

Louisville                              22/1

Clemson                       25/1

Miami                                    28/1

Michigan                              28/1

South Carolina                   28/1

Florida State                 33/1

Oklahoma State            33/1

Texas                                    33/1

Notre Dame                  40/1

Nebraska                             50/1

Oklahoma                            50/1

UCLA                            50/1

USC                             50/1

TCU                              66/1

Wisconsin                            66/1

Boise State                   100/1

Michigan State              100/1

Oregon State                100/1

Mississippi                          125/1

Auburn                          150/1

North Carolina                    150/1

Virginia Tech                 150/1

Washington                         150/1

Northwestern                 150/1

BYU                             200/1

California                             200/1

Cincinnati                             200/1

Georgia Tech                200/1

Kansas State                200/1

Mississippi State           200/1

Pittsburgh                            200/1

Rutgers                                 200/1

Arkansas                              250/1

Arizona                                 250/1

Iowa                                       250/1

Tennessee                           250/1

Missouri                               300/1

West Virginia                      300/1

Boston College                 500/1

South Florida                     500/1

 

Odds to win the 2013-2014 Heisman Trophy

Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M)                        17/4

Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State)                           13/2

A.J. McCarron (QB Alabama)                             9/1

Aaron Murray (QB Georgia)                                12/1

Marquis Lee (WR USC)                                      12/1

T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama)                                  12/1

Teddy Bridgewater (QB Louisville)                      12/1

De’Anthony Thomas (RB Oregon)                       14/1

Duke Johnson (RB Miami)                                 14/1

Jadeveon Clowney (DE South Carolina)              14/1

Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon)                              16/1

Tajh Boyd (QB Clemson)                                   16/1

Taylor Martinez (QB Nebraska)                           18/1

Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor)                              20/1

Ameer Abdullah (RB Nebraska)                          25/1

Brett Hundley (QB UCLA)                                   25/1

Stephen Morris (QB Miami)                                25/1

Devin Gardner (QB Michigan)                             33/1

Blake Bell (QB Oklahoma)                                  40/1

Jeff Driskel (QB Florida)                                    40/1

Ka’Deem Carey (RB Arizona)                              40/1

Stefon Diggs (WR Maryland)                             40/1

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Maryland WR Diggs given 40/1 odds to win 2013 Heisman

Posted on 05 February 2013 by WNST Staff

Courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv,  Twitter: @BovadaLV).

 

Odds to win the 2013-2014 Heisman Trophy        

Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M)                        4/1

Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State)                            7/1

Marquis Lee (WR USC)                                      9/1

Aaron Murray (QB Georgia)                                 10/1

De’Anthony Thomas (RB Oregon)                        10/1

A.J. McCarron (QB Alabama)                              12/1

Duke Johnson (RB Miami)                                  12/1

Jadeveon Clowney (DE South Carolina)                12/1

Tajh Boyd (QB Clemson)                                    15/1

Taylor Martinez (QB Nebraska)                           15/1

Ameer Abdullah (RB Nebraska)                           18/1

Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon)                              18/1

T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama)                                   18/1

Brett Hundley (QB UCLA)                                   20/1

Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor)                              20/1

Everett Golson (QB Notre Dame)                         22/1

Stephen Morris (QB Miami)                                 25/1

Blake Bell (QB Oklahoma)                                  30/1

Jeff Driskel (QB Florida)                                      30/1

Ka’Deem Carey (RB Arizona)                              33/1

Devin Gardner (QB Michigan)                              40/1

Stefon Diggs (WR Maryland)                               40/1

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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

Posted on 04 December 2012 by Glenn Clark

Honorable Mention: Auto Racing-Baltimore Indoor Auto Racing (Saturday 7pm 1st Mariner Arena); Ice Hockey: AHL Showcase Norfolk Admirals vs. Hershey Bears (Thursday 7pm from Verizon Center live on Comcast SportsNet); Women’s College Basketball: Virginia @ Maryland (Thursday 7pm Comcast Center), George Mason @ Maryland (Saturday 6pm Comcast Center)

10. Wiz Khalifa (Thursday 7pm Patriot Center), Smashing Pumpkins (Sunday 8pm Patriot Center); Everclear/Eve 6 (Thursday 8pm Rams Head Live), Robert Cray Band (Saturday 8pm Rams Head Live); Misfits (Thursday 6:30pm Recher Theatre); X/Reverend Horton Heat (Wednesday 8pm Baltimore Soundstage); Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band (Wednesday 8pm 8×10 Club); Gavin DeGraw/All-American Rejects (Sunday 8pm Fillmore Silver Spring); Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds (Thursday 8pm Howard Theatre), Richard Marx (Saturday 8pm Howard Theatre); Grace Potter and The Nocturnals (Thursday 7pm Friday & Saturday 7:30pm Sunday 6pm 9:30 Club), Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit (Sunday 10pm 9:30 Club), Alex Clare (Monday 7pm 9:30 Club); Phil Vassar (Wednesday 7:30pm Birchmere); Brian Setzer Orchestra (Tuesday 8pm Strathmore); Blue Oyster Cult (Saturday 7pm State Theatre); Wiz Khalifa “O.N.I.F.C.” available in stores/on iTunes (Tuesday); GRAMMY Nominations Concert (Wednesday 10pm from Nashville live on CBS)

I have no idea if the Smashing Pumpkins are still any good, but I know they used to kick a ton of ass…

If there’s ANY WAY I can get out of Thursday Night Live early, I’d LOVE to head down to RHL. Do you have any idea how obsessed I was with Everclear growing up?

Hell…even Eve 6 for that matter…

There’s a part of me that’s pretty sure I’d go see BSO play Christmas tunes in Bethesda…

9. Judah Friedlander (Saturday 8pm Sixth & I Historic Synagogue); Paula Poundstone (Saturday 6pm & 9pm Rams Head on Stage); Dave Attell (Friday & Saturday Magooby’s Joke House); Gary Valentine (Thursday-Saturday Baltimore Comedy Factory); “The Dark Knight Rises” and “Finding Nemo 3D” available on Blu-Ray/DVD (Tuesday); Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show (Tuesday 10pm CBS)

What was that last thing?

Still not ringing a bell…

Oh! Now I know…

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The 15-7-0 is made up of 60% water, 40% leftover turkey and cranberry relish

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The 15-7-0 is made up of 60% water, 40% leftover turkey and cranberry relish

Posted on 26 November 2012 by Glenn Clark

As always, this week’s 15-7-0 is brought to you by Roofing By Elite. Visit them at roofingbyelite.com. We make 15 observations about football that are ELITE, 7 that are “not so ELITE” and one “zero” who deserves to sleep on the roof from outside of football.

(As a reminder, we don’t do Baltimore Ravens game analysis here. We do PLENTY of that elsewhere. This is about the rest of the world of football.)

Here we go.

“The Elite 15″…

1. I have to assume that at this point they don’t need to keep trying to wake up the echoes in South Bend.

Remember when the Trojans were down two scores late and went for it on 4th down anyway? I bet that worked out well…

I can’t tell if Fighting Irish LB (and likely Heisman Trophy finalist) Manti Te’o was excited about the win, though…

Also, what do you think Lane Kiffin was thinking here…

Of course, the Trojans are NEVER losers…

2. Now that Jay Cutler has returned to save the Chicago Bears’ season, we can all get back to talking about how much Jay Cutler sucks.

He’s unlikeable, but he’s a hell of a QB…

Back to that “unlikeable” thing. Ask AJ Jefferson…

J’Marcus Webb might disagree though…

3. Jesus. Weren’t the Bengals just completely dead a couple weeks ago?

Mohamed Sanu had a busy day (on my fantasy football bench)…

Credit to NFL Red Zone’s Scott Hanson-who saw Raiders DL Tommy Kelly in a fight and IMMEDIATELY noticed he was a doppelganger for Suge Knight…

4. There might be a LITTLE bit of drama headed to New York this year, but I’m pretty confident Johnny Manziel has locked up the Heisman Trophy.

His big game Saturday against Missouri happened AFTER Johnny Football overcame this troublesome looking injury…

Manziel will finally speak to the media for the first time Monday. He’ll have to play catch up to the all out blitz the Irish have gone through with Te’o…

5. Now Alabama plays Georgia next week for the right to be favored to win the BCS Championship Game.

Georgia’s Alec Ogletree prepared for the SEC Championship showdown by going all Kurt Angle on Georgia Tech…

Elsewhere in the SEC, I give you Jarvis Landry!

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